[QUOTE=freestater;3438767]that's what freedom is all about, man. You have to be careful who you lend you freedom to. That's what I like about the libertarian philosophy; "don't lend me your freedom, 'cause I can't be trusted". All sorts of collectivism exists to try to co-opt our Liberty. the only moral high-ground us humans will ever meet upon is the idea that we must agree that we can only allow each other to determine the paths our lives will take. it is immoral to attempt to proscribe another's destiny to our own standards.
dude, sweet version, thanks for sharing.[/QUOTE]
All of it. I think what you said has a lot of merit and I totally agree. And about the music. I could not figure out what that had to do with what we were talking about but I am definately diggin on it. That is some good ****.
[QUOTE=marano;3438778]All of it. I think what you said has a lot of merit and I totally agree. [B]And about the music. I could not figure out what that had to do with what we were talking about but I am definately diggin on it. That is some good ****.[/B][/QUOTE]
I've been drinking Dewar's. That's what that's about. :cool:
[QUOTE=freestater;3438816]I've been drinking Dewar's. That's what that's about. :cool:[/QUOTE]
Patrick "freestater" Henry has arrived! Always a breath of fresh air...
Trouble with guys like Jefferson is that they can be used by just about everybody in sound bites. Over the course of a long, complicated, thoughtful, questioning life in which a guy has been a rebel, philosopher, Secretary of State, consultant to secessionists, brutal election fighter, hard-nosed President, and lover of his own slave, you can find damn near any position on God's green earth. Jefferson may be the most abused thinker of the last four hundred years. And it was probably his own fault...
[QUOTE=Come Back to NY;3438776]this is the type of poster/person who eventually has nicknames attached to him like [B]"the underwear bomber"[/B] and is the inspiration for catch phrases people are familiar with such as [B]"going postal"[/B]....:yes:[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=bitonti;3439685]here's another good Che t-shirt
"che wearing che t-shirt t-shirt" from the onion
Ah yes, the old "infinite regression" schtick. Love the Onion, particularly on onion skin, while eating onions....